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    AMD 3100+ 1.8GHz Win XP, 1GB RAM, Nvidea Geforce 6200, DVD burner, three IDE hard drives
  1. Thanks everyone for the advice. But it turns out that the USB stick is faulty. I know this because a couple of hours back on a whim I put the USB stick in my desktop, and tried to delete a file, and it worked! So to test it, I tried to copy a folder full of comics, containing nearly 1,700 folders over, and the USB accepted and stored the files until it threw up a "source disc is write-protected" error when partway through the files in the second folder. Now it won't delete anything. And of I course tried the other two USB sticks to make sure it wasn't the PC at fault, and they still work as they should. So case closed. I'll call it a day, and bin the might-as-well-be-dead stick. Thanks again for all the help.
  2. Yes, it's not like they're expensive, thankfully. I've been unable to format the USB stick, so I'm going to try to update the firmware if I can find the correct version, as maybe that will make it write-able again. The stick is one of these (the silver 64GB one, a Spaceloop, by CnMemory) http://www.cnmemory.de/en/spaceloop-usb-20 but the website is terrible, with no downloads, and the question "My USB stick is suddenly write-protected, what can I do?" in the FAQ is answered with "Please contact our technical support in this case", which isn't what I'd call helpful. I've e-mailed them, but Gmail says the email has failed with an "Address not found" error. And according to the site "As you can read in the press, our company is currently in preliminary insolvency proceedings.", so I doubt their technical department will be large, if they even still exist. So if anyone can tell me which firmware to try, or anything else that might fix the USB then I'll give it a go. According to Flash Drive Information Extractor the stick's details are: Volume: P: Controller: Alcor AU6990AN/AU6987AN/SC708AN Possible Memory Chip(s): Hynix H2DTEG8V01MYR Memory Type: MLC Flash ID: 50504E01 0006 Flash CE: 2 Flash Channels: Single Chip Code: 0xCA07 Chip F/W: 8799 Group: 90 VID: 058F PID: 6387 Manufacturer: Generic Product: Mass Storage Query Vendor ID: Generic Query Product ID: Flash Disk Query Product Revision: 8.07 Physical Disk Capacity: 64156073984 Bytes Windows Disk Capacity: 64152924160 Bytes Internal Tags: AYWR-YY3J File System: NTFS Relative Offset: 1030937860 KB USB Version: 2.00 Declared Power: 200 mA ContMeas ID: D979-01-00 Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 x64 Build 7601 ------------------------------------ http://www.antspec.com/usbflashinfo/ Program Version: 8.9.0.605 According to ChipGenius: Description: [P:]USB Mass Storage Device(Generic Flash Disk) Device Type: Mass Storage Device Protocal Version: USB 2.00 Current Speed: High Speed Max Current: 200mA USB Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 6387 Serial Number: 68F171C1 Device Vendor: Generic Device Name: Mass Storage Device Revision: 0107 Manufacturer: Generic Product Model: Flash Disk Product Revision: 8.07 Controller Vendor: Alcor Micro Controller Part-Number: SC708AN/AU6987AN [CA07] - F/W 8799 Flash ID code: 50504E01 - 2CE/Single Channel H2DTDG8V01MYR [MLC-8K] Tools on web: http://dl.mydigit.net/special/up/alcor.html Possible Flash Part-Number ---------------------------- [2CE]H2DTEG8V01MYR(26nm) x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel [2CE]H2DTDG8V01MYR(26nm) x 1 pcs/Channel x 1 Channel Flash ID mapping table ---------------------------- [Channel 0] [Channel 1] 50504E010006 -------- 50504E010006 -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- According to ChipEasy: Logical drive : P:\ Capacity: 59.7G Device ID : VID = 058F PID = 6387 Device SN : 68F171C1 Device version : 8.07 Device vendor : Generic Device model : Flash Disk Protocol : USB2.0 Max power : 200mA Partition type : NTFS Device active : OK Aligned state : 1024 KB, Have been Aligned Controller : Chipsbank Controller model: CBMeneric FW Date : Flas.Di. Tools : http://www.upan.cc/tools/mass/UMPTool/ OS Version : Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1 Update Status : The current version is the latest version!
  3. When in Windows I go to the command line (via Run As Administrator), and type: DISKPART then LIST DISK then I select the USB stick via SELECT DISK, then when I enter ATTRIBUTES DISK, it says: Current Read-Only State: Yes Read-Only: No Boot Disk: No Pagefile Disk: No Hibernation File Disk: No Crashdump Disk: No Clustered Disk: No Then when I type: ATTRIBUTES DISK CLEAR READONLY it says attributes cleared successfully but then when I type: ATTRIBUTES DISK then it gives the same summary as before: Current Read-Only State: Yes Read-Only: No Boot Disk: No Pagefile Disk: No Hibernation File Disk: No Crashdump Disk: No Clustered Disk: No So what's the difference between "Current Read-Only State" and "Read-Only" in the above summary? And could the fact that "Current Read-Only State" is set to yes be the reason why the stick isn't writable? How do I change "Current Read-Only State", since I can't find a way to do it in DISKPART?
  4. Yesterday I was transfering some data from a USB stick (64GB Spaceloop, by CnMemory, it says on the outside), and everything worked fine. I reset the laptop after installing VolMouse (a great program to control the volume via the mouse wheel - http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/volumouse.html), and when the laptop booted I discovered that the USB stick wouldn't let me delete any files from it. Nor would it allow rename, it just acts like it's purely read only. I tried it in my desktop PC, which also saw it as totally read only. And on my Android tablet, using a program called Explorer, it does seem to allow deleting and renaming on the USB stick, but not really, as if I then put the USB stick back into my desktop, or unplug it from the tablet (after performing seemingly successful renames or deletes) and put it back into the table, then it turns out that nothing has been deleted or renamed. And the data on the USB stick is not corrupted, it has video files on it that still play, and archive files that are still perfect (according to 7zip's brilliant batch Test function). Fair enough, the stick is probably just dying, they're cheap enough to replace so I'm not too bothered. But two things do bother me: 1) Why does the Android program show the rename or delete operations as being successful? If I use it to rename a folder, then the folder shows as being renamed, and when I select it (still on Explorer, in the tablet, of course) then I can open the folder (via it's new name) and it goes into the folder, despite the folder's name NOT being the new name (i.e. if I rename 'ebooks' to '2' then Explorer shows it as being named '2', and no folder named 'ebooks' is listed any more, and I can now go into the folder 'ebooks', even though no such folder really exists, since it's still called 'ebooks'). Not a major problem, but it's a stupid flaw, either in Android, the tablet, or most like, in Explorer. 2) Much more annoying is that it turns out that Windows has the ability, apparently, to make a USB stick (and USB drive, I assume?) write-only. I didn't know that, nor did anyone I asked. If Windows has this ability, then (a) why not publicise it, and (b) why not put a ****ing option on the control panel or somewhere to turn it on and off? I'm using Windows 7 on my laptop and desktop, so maybe a user friendly option does exist in later versions of Windows, but if so then no one mentions it on the web pages I've searched. Instead, I only found out about this 'feature' when googling on the off chance that this wasn't simply a case of my USB stick's hardware failing. Turns out, Windows causing a USB stick to become read-only isn't too uncommon (though to be fair, it's never happened to me before), and there are lots of users with the problems, though no doubt many of them actually have failing USB sticks instead. There are three sorts of solutions that I could find: 1) Edit the Windows registry (though I don't see how this could affect something that must be stored on the USB stick, I mean, since when I plug the USB stick into the laptop/desktop/Android table they all treat it like it's read only, so surely the read only flag is on the USB stick itself?) 2) Use a Windows based command line program called "Diskpart" 3) Download and use various third party programs that claim to make the USB write-able again. None of the above worked for me, and if the USB stick is indeed physically failing than OK. But I'd like to be able to confirm that it is a genuine hardware fault, and not that Windows has somehow caused a working USB stick to be flagged as read only. I didn't even know that a USB stick did have a "Treat this drive as if it's read only" flag, so does anyone know of any program that will scan a USB stick and tell you the status of such a flag, and preferably also allow you to change the status of the flag? And if this feature does exist, when why doesn't Microsoft have it somewhere in Windows Control Pane? And if, like me, you didn't know it was possible to set a USB stick to read only, then simply google it, and you'll find lots of people who suddenly found their USB stick acting like this, many of whom were able to fix it with the methods mentioned above. Note: Of course I'm not talking about files or folders being set to Read Only, I'm familiar with that, I mean the whole USB stick not allowing delete, or rename, or new files being copied to it, and when you write click on a file, you don't even get the RENAME or DELETE options in the list of options. It's a standard 64GB USB stick, normal USB connector, NTFS format, no hardware READ ONLY switch on it's case, a few years old. I've been using various USB sticks for years, both the laptop and desktop are Windows 7, I've tried other USB sticks in them since and I can rename, delete, and put new files on them no problem, but this one USB stick is still acting like it's read only. Edit: The USB stick is a 64GB Spaceloop, by CnMemory, not by ChMemory (I initially put a 'h' instead of an 'n', sorry)
  5. Cannot access the BIOS on a laptop

    Thanks to a user on another forum, the problem has been fixed. It turns out that the problem was Windows Fast Startup (https://www.howtogeek.com/243901/the-pros-and-cons-of-windows-10s-fast-startup-mode/), which if you'd not heard of (I hadn't) then you should probably look at that site, it explains how when using Fast Startup, the boot keys are ignored. I've disabled Fast Startup, and now using ESC now allows me to choose what device to boot from, and using F2 enters the BIOS, but F8 is still ignored. But I know that Windows 10 has issues responding to F8, so it's not caused by Fast Startup. Nigsy, thanks for the suggestion, mate.
  6. Cannot access the BIOS on a laptop

    I should have said in my first post, the keys do work in Windows, so it's not down to ESC, F1, F2, etc somehow physically not working, they do work properly in Windows, the problem is that the laptop either isn't checking for them when booting, or if it does check then it doesn't see that they are held down, or at least doesn't act upon it. I thought maybe the label on the back was wrong, and the laptop maybe wasn't a K52F, but I've ran the free version of Speccy (https://www.piriform.com/speccy) on it, and it confirms that the laptop's motherboard is an ASUSTek Computer Inc. K52F (Socket 989).
  7. I apologise in advance if this is in the wrong forum (in which case, mods please feel free to move it), but I think the following problem is probably best suited to this forum. A friend has passed me his laptop (an ASUS K52F, running Windows 10) to sort out, as it was running slow (the usual problems, malware, unwanted programs etc). I couldn't use any boot keys to get into the factory restore, so I used Windows itself (via holding down SHIFT when clicking on RESET on the Windows shutdown menu) to get me to the factory reset menu, and the factory reset worked as it should, and now the laptop is running great. But the thing is, I want to know how to access the BIOS and the boot menu (so I can make the laptop boot from a USB stick, DVD-drive, etc). I don't need to know, as the laptop is working now, but I'm curious and I'll probably need to know it for sometime in the future. You can't always rely on Windows running when you need to accessFactory reset, so working boot keys are a must. But the problem is, no matter what keys I press when I turn on the laptop, I can't get into the BIOS or the Boot Device Menu. According to: https://kb.wisc.edu/page.php?id=58779 the boot keys for the laptop (ASUS K52F) are F8 for the boot menu (seems strange, but I've found other sites via Google that confirm the laptop uses the same key as Windows boot) and DEL for the BIOS, but whether I hold down one of these keys, or keep tapping on it when the laptop starts up, then it's as though no key is held down, and Windows 10 boots up. So of course I can't boot from a USB stick or DVD drive. I've tried the other usual suspect too (Esc, F9, F9 + FN, F11, F2 F1, etc) with the same result; Windows just acts like no key has been pressed/held down, and boots up to the Windows desktop. Is it possible that somehow some settings in Windows 10 can cause the boot keys to not work? I wouldn't have though so, as I'd think the BIOS related code (which runs before Windows even starts, surely?) is never altered by Windows. Or is there something else I'm missing? Thanks for any answers.
  8. I'm sorry that I've not replied here sooner, please don't think I've fixed the problem and neglected to post the solution or thank anyone who helped. I've not done anything re: the problem due to real life problems and hardly being at home over the past couple of weeks. I'll post again when things calm down, and if anyone is kind enough to still care then hopefully you can help me address this problem. I wish PC problems or any possession's problems were the only trouble life ever threw at us.
  9. First of all, sorry for not updating sooner, but I've not done anything on the PC (life at the moment is really hectic and I've not been in the mood for PC problems.). I've not tried to fix the PC (not format and reinstall, not take the PC downstairs and connect it via the router, etc) but the last time I touched the PC I started to download a file (a 41GB complete run of a British drama program) to see how fast the downloads were, and because I wanted the TV program (it would also mean having to find out where all the torrent data was stored, to save and restore after any re-format or Acronis image backup restoration, but that was a problem for tomorrow...). I can't remember what the download speed was, but it must have been slow or I'd have taken note and commented on it. Anyway, today I got home early, so I thought I'd take my desktop downstairs and connect it to the router to see if the speed would increase. But I'd left my PC on over the past few nights, to download the torrent, and to my amazement, the entire torrent has downloaded! 41GB (and I checked some files at random, they do play, the PC hasn't just created empty or corrupt files). I wouldn't have thought this was possible given how slow the download speed had been. I used speedtest.net and it showed the speed as: 17.47Mbps (small 'b' in 'Mb') even though I'd done nothing (literally nothing, not even reset the PC) since the I'd given up (for the time being) trying to fix the problem and instead left the 41GB torrent to load. So to test things, I queued up a lot of torrents to download (films, regardless of age or type, just ones with a good amount of seeders, to give large files that had lots of seeding) and I downloaded a program to show what speeds the downloads are at (Networx, it's free and seems to do what's required, though for all I know a different program might be much better), and I ran it over four hours or so, and I copied and pasted the results from the real-time graph into this image twenty-five times: and here's the Speed Meter window: I don't understand this. First of all, how come the speed varies so hugely? And there's surely no way my maximum download speed has been 247MB/s (as the Speed Meter says), is that speed even possible if you have a fast enough router (mine is the router that Virgin installed, so I assume it has a maximum speed of 50+)? And all the peaks (which seem too high and too brief to be anything but glitches) in the Network graph windows, and the drops to almost 0, are they normal, do they occur in all broadband connects and just represent a very brief period where the PC waits for the signal to catch up? A couple of times, the graphs list the speed as between 20 and 40MB/s (and the very brief spike seems around the 30 area) which is a big jump from the other speeds. Is there a file I can download from somewhere that has a guaranteed download speed of at least 50Mb/s, so I can test the download speed using Network, please? And any ideas or theories ot explain this, please?
  10. Thanks for that, mate, but it's not fixed the speed, sadly.
  11. [Continued from the above post] In today's backup (which was made of the original state, with the 5Mb/s download speed) which I've put back on to check that the wi-fi works (it does) the settings for the connection are: IPv4 Connectivity: Internet IPv6 Connectivity: No Internet Access Media State: Enabled SSID: [it does show this right, but I won't post it here] Duration: [shows the right duration] Speed: 26.0 Mbps [Note that this is wrong by about 21 Mb/s] Signal Quality: [Five green bars in the shape of the wi-fi icon] When I click Details, I get: Connection-specific DNS Suffix: Description: 802.11n Wireless LAN Card Physical Address: ‎C8-3A-35-CA-3B-97 DHCP Enabled: Yes IPv4 Address: 192.168.0.3 IPv4 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Lease Obtained: 04 November 2015 20:24:37 Lease Expires: 06 November 2015 11:25:46 IPv4 Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1 IPv4 DHCP Server: 192.168.0.1 IPv4 DNS Servers: 8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4 IPv4 WINS Server: NetBIOS over Tcpip Enabled: Yes Link-local IPv6 Address: fe80::f099:2ee6:2777:5a72%17 IPv6 Default Gateway: IPv6 DNS Server: When I click on Wireless Properties, I get a box with two tabs. The Connection tab says: Name: [shows the right name] SSID: [shows the right name] Network Type: Access Point Network Availability: All Users Connect automatically when this network is in range [Ticked] Connect to a more preferable network if available [Not ticked] Connect even if the network is not broadcasting it's name [Not ticked] and the Security Tab says: Security type: WPA2-Personal Encryptions type: AES Network security key: [shows it OK] and if I click Advanced Settings, then I get a box with one option: 802.11 settings Enable Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) compliance for this network If I click on Properties (from the General box) then I get: Connect Using: 802.11n Wireless LAN Card This connections uses the following items Client For Microsoft Networks [Ticked] QoS Packet Scheduler [Ticked] File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks [Ticked] Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) [Ticked] Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) [Ticked] And the settings for TCP/IPv4 are: Obtain an IP address automatically [Ticked (well, it's a black spot in the option hole] Use the following IP Address [Not ticked, and no numbers in the IP Address/Subnet Mask/Default Gateway options] Obtain DNS server address automatically [Not ticked] Use the following DNS server addresses [Ticked] Preferred DNS server: 8.8.8.8 Alternate DNS server: 8.8.4.4 Validate settings upon exit [Not Ticked] And the settings for TCP/IPv6 are: Obtain an IPv6 address automatically [Ticked] Use the following IPv6 address [Not Ticked, and the IPv6 Address, Subnet prefix length, and Default Gateway are all blank] Obtain DNS server address automatically [Ticked] Use the following DNS server addresses [Not Ticked, and Preferred DNS serve, and Alternate DNS server are both blank] Validate Settings upon exit [Not Ticked]
  12. Problem 1) The PC is a Windows 7, 8GB RAM, desktop with Avast Antivirus, and Zone Alarm firewall. A few weeks back, I moved from Talk Talk to Virgin, and got a much faster download speed (50Mb/s). My PC doesn't have a wi-fi built in, so I had to buy a PCI wi-fi adaptor (made by Tenda), installed it, installed the driver from the CD, it detected the Virgin signal, I entered the passkey, and everything was great. I tried a couple of broadband speed websites (such as http://www.speedtest.net/ and http://www.broadbandspeedchecker.co.uk/) and they reported that my speed was 50Mb/s But a few days back, the internet connection started to run slowly, so I tried the broadband websites, and they said I was only getting ~5Mb/s. I've not changed anything hardware or software-wise on the PC (other than the manditory updates to Windows and virus killer, etc). I used my tablet (w-fi, of course) and it said that I was still getting 50Mb/s, so the problem was obviously with my desktop. So I phoned Virgin, who couldn't find a fault over the phone, so they sent a bloke around, who checked the router (it was working, plus his device got the full speed over the wi-fi from it), and he connected a cable from the router to my desktop (which I couldn't do, since the desktop is upstairs, the router downstairs), and even by wire the desktop only got 5Mb/s, even though when stood next to the desktop, both my tablet and his phone/whatever got full speed via wire-less. So presumably the problem is not the wire-less PCI card or it's driver, since even if we use a cable then the desktop still only gets 5Mb/s. I've uninstalled Avast! Antivirus (although I didn't think it would be that), and it's not helped, and I disabled Zone Alarm, and still no change. Any ideas would be appreciated. Problem 2) Anyway, every couple of months I create a 1:1 copy of my C: drive using Acronis Home Image (I used to use Norton Ghost years ago, until I discovered Achronis). So I thought I'd just put on my latest C: drive back up, and if it read the broadband at full speed, then I'd use that installation, and update the programs manually. So I recovered the last backup, from a month or so back, and everything worked except the net connection. There was no wi-fi icon in the Windows 7 task bar (the ascending slopes made up of vertical columns), just the square with a plug icon that you get pre-wireless era. And when I try to access wi-fi, I get told that there are no wireless connections available. The driver for the PCI wi-fi dongle was installed (I must have made this backup not much after I went over to Virgin) but Windows wasn't showing the wi-fi icon. I uninstalled and reinstalled the driver, but still no joy. Windows says that the device (the PCI network connector) is working perfectly, and Device Manager marks it as working (no yellow exclamation mark). I went to my two earlier backups, neither of which have the wi-fi card driver installed, so I installed it, with the same result; no wi-fi icon in the task bar, and Windows says it can't find any wireless connections. So of course I though that the wi-fi card might have broke, or had some sort of setting disabled, but fortunately, before I'd reinstalled the backups of C:, I made a backup today, with the problem I describe in problem 1, so I reinstalled that backup (from today), and now the wi-fi card is working, although for whatever reason the PC is still only getting 5Mb/s. So I installed the earlier backups, and no matter what I do, I can't get the wireless to work with those. And it *definitely* worked in the first backup before I made that backup (it worked and so I decided to make that backup, I wouldn't have made that backup back then if the wi-fi hadn't been working, I'd have fixed the problem first), so I don't know what the problem is. Again, any light shone on this problem would be much appreciated. Details of the adapter are: 802.11n.Wireless LAN PCI\VEN_1814&DEV_3060&SUBSYS_30601814&REV_00 PCI\VEN_1814&DEV_3060&SUBSYS_30601814 PCI\VEN_1814&DEV_3060&CC_028000 PCI\VEN_1814&DEV_3060&CC_0280 Device Type: Network adapters Manufacturer: Ralink Technology, Corp. Location: PCI bus 1, device 8, function 0 Driver Provider: Ralink Technology, Corp. Driver Date: 19/04/2011 Driver Version: 3.2.1.0 When I use CONTROL PANEL > DEVICE MANAGER > NETWORK ADAPTERS > 802.11n. Wireless Lan Card in both backups (the modern one I made today, which is of course the one where broadband works but only at 5Mb/s, and also the backup from a month or so ago, where the broadband can't be read for some reason) then I get the same values in all of the tabs, except that the IRQ is listed in the CONTROL PANEL > DEVICE MANAGER > NETWORK ADAPTERS > 802.11n. Wireless Lan Card > RESOURCES tab in the working (but slow) backup as 0x00000013 (19) whereas in the broadband-not-working backup, the value is 0x00000011 (17) Windows won't let me edit the entry (in the tab's box, I don't know where else to edit it). Can anyone help, please. Apologies if I haven't explained this too clearly. Basically, 1. For some reason, my desktop has stopped receiving broadband (via wireless) at 50MB/s, it's now around 5MB/s. Other wireless devices still receive it at 50MB/s, so it's not the router, it's the desktop (as confirmed by the engineer who Virgin sent, and who wasn't allowed to make changes to my PC, only to the router). Even wired up to the router, the desktop only reads 5MB/s, which makes me think it's not the wireless itself at fault. 2. I've done a clean boot (from an Avast! CD) and scanned the PC, no viruses or malware. I've reset the router. The desktop still only downloads at 5Mb/s, whilst my tablet downloads at 50Mb/s (this is according to various "how fast is my broadband?" site. 3. I have various backups, from a month back, total images of my C: drive. So I thought I'd reinstall one of those, as that would surely not include whatever corrupted file or wrong setting that is causing the problem now. So I first made a backup of the current state, in case I needed to go back, then put the last backup on my PC. But for some reason, that backup (and the two earlier ones) will not see any wi-fi connections, even though I've reinstalled the wi-fi driver, but there's no wi-fi icon in the task bar. I'll include all available data that I think might be important, in the next post (it's long!)
  13. Nevermind, the owner said he'd buy a new laptop, so I've given this one back to him. Thanks for all of the responses, anyway.
  14. I've been passed a laptop to sort out, which was full of malware, Windows (7) running slowly and occasionally crashing, the usual state of a machine used by someone clueless and apathetic about computer security. I was told I could just reformat it, as he doesn't want anything off it saving, so I tried resetting it to the factory default, which seemed to work, but when Windows booted up, it just stuck in the Windows 7 loading screen (black screen, with the four colour flag thing). I tried safe mode, but it also crashes/gets stuck whilst loading - the last file it lists in the loading screen is WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\CLASSPNP.SYS I retried factory reset, with the same results, so I tried to install Windows 7 on to the laptop from my Windows 7 DVD, in case the factory reset image on the laptop had somehow gotten corrupt, but again Windows locks up (or goes into an infinite wait state, whatever it is), and now I can't even access factory reset, as the (non-working) install on the laptop didn't add the option, of course. I've tested the physical memory (MEMTEST86+) and the hard drive, and they both give no errors, and I've reset the BIOS to it's original settings (a million to one chance that that was the fault, but I tried anyway), so can anyone suggest anything, please? The laptop is a Samsung np305e5a-a03uk, Windows 7 64-bit, AMD A6 3420M CPU, 6GB RAM.
  15. FWIT, I've decided I'll probably keep things the way they are, rather than risk messing anything up.
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